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When Western performing arts meet Eastern talents

LIPA in China

Proposed by Barcelona Fang Consulting Sant Cugat del Vallès, Spain. May 2010.

0. Introduction 1. Beijing landings
1.1 What is the current situation of performing arts education in China? 1.2 Public or Private? 1.3 Comparison of Western and Chinese performing arts education 1.4 Why should LIPA open to China?
 

2.Allies or enemies? 3. Those who have gone before us

2.1 List of performing arts schools in China 2.2 S.W.O.T 2.3 Case Study

4. Possible collaborators

4.1 Governmental agencies 4.2 Educational groups 4.3 Related businesses

5. What can Barcelona Fang Consulting do for you? 6. Important advice 7. Marketing presentation for LIPA in Beijing

What is the current situation of performing artseducation in China?
 

Beijing landings
 

Beijing
(The cultural centre of China)

Shanghai
(The most fashionable city in China)

Hong Kong
(The most Westernized city in China)

Around the world performing

arts play an important role in society, China is no different.

Many Chinese people of all generations enjoy watching theatre, opera and dancing, whether it be live oron the television. Such performances bring smiles of delight to people of ages, from small children to the elderly. Nowadays there are many talent competitions on the television which encourage the younger generation to dream of becoming a star! However, most of these young people have nowhere they can receive performing arts training because the fees are too

expensive or there are no schoolsin their region.

The best performing arts schools are concentrated in the Beijing region, there are a few more in Shanghai, but hardly any in the rest of China. Those who dream of fame flock to Beijing, the Hollywood of China!

Beijing is the centre of performing arts education in Asia.

The top three are based there:

state schools

private performing arts schools
There are also manyset up by professional actors/directors etc. Beijing All Stars Performing Arts School, Dadi Art School and Zhao Beshan Performing Arts School.

The National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts, The Central Academy of Drama and The Beijing Film Academy.

Those who make it into these prestigious institutions are almost guaranteed to become professionals in their chosen subject.

These are alsohighly recognized because they provide professional teachers and contacts in the industry. However, there are few places and the entrance requirements are extremely demanding.

Non of these schools, however successful and well-connected in China, have contacts with the Western performing arts industry. This is where LIPA will be at an advantage.

Table 1: The top performing arts state schools inChina 2009
Name Nº students Duration of programme Tuition Fee Nº subjects Website

The National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts The Central Academy of Drama

515 total

4 years BA degree

RMB8,000-10,000 (850€-1100€) RMB10,000 (1100€)

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www.nacta.edu.cn

600 total 4 years BA degree (300 2 years diploma Bachelor 300 diploma) 440 total 4 years BA degree

12www.chntheatre.edu.cn

Beijing Film Academy

RMB6,000-10,000 (640€-1100€) RMB10,000 (1100€) RMB10,000 (1100€)

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www.bfa.edu.cn

Shanghai Theatre Academy 430 total 620 total Xie Jin Film&TV Art College of Shanghai Normal University
*Exceptional case, it was a private school

4 years BA degree 4 years BA degree

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www.sta.edu.cn www.xiejin.shnu.edu.cn

Table 2: The top performing artsprivate schools in China 2009
Name Nº students Duration of programme Tuition Fee Nº subjects Website

170/ year Beijing Contemporary Music School / AEC, UK 150/ year Beijing All Stars Performing Arts School

1 year / 1,5 years

RMB100,000-120,000 (11000€-13000€) RMB18,600-20,000 (2000€-2200€)

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www.sta.sh.cn/indexfjyw.htm www.lvliping.com.cn/page/

1,5 years/ 3 years

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